Jean, a french businessman's life is forever changed when he overhears a brutal attack. Upon further investigation, he is introduced to the beautiful Nicole, a naive woman at the mercy of ... See full summary »
The pious John List regularly goes to church and is respected by his neighbours. But one day the police find his wife Helen and their three children slain in their house - obviously by John... See full summary »
In order to collect inheritance money, a slacker tries to induce a heart attack in his invalid grandmother by convincing her that she's become the target of youth supremacists who want to enact a genocide on the elderly.
Aging wife desperately wants to sexually satisfy her husband, but he's losing interest and cheats. She seeks advice even from prostitutes but nothing helps. Tired from trying, she falls for her husband's son who reciprocates.
one of the greatest sex comedies ever made. go jackie baby!
this jackie collins' potboiler is a laugh a minute. after the excruciatingly awful title track by bonnie tyler which is even more insufferable as she mimes it on camera; the viewer is subjected to the worst dialogue imaginable (carroll baker: 'you could have 16 year old groupies and hot shot p.r. gals with raunchy legs'. paul nicholas: 'i've had all that!') plus a very funny performance by anthony franciosa who wisely decides to camp it up for all it's worth which isen't much ('look at this place! like a ****ing pigsty!'). the very dated 70s disco soundtrack which was shoved in to probably boost tie in record sales is also another drag along with a ridiculous dance routine by hot gossip! wobbly sets, additional bad acting supplied by gareth hunt, georgina hale and an embarrassed appearrance by has been heartthrob antony steele are also worth seeing for the sheer pleasure of it. highly recommended!
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